Welcome to Reynoldstown!
You can use this site to learn more about the neighborhood, to find useful information for new and established residents, or to research the history of this storied community. Poke around and explore.
Reynoldstown is located in intown Atlanta, just east of historic Cabbagetown and south of Inman Park. The neighborhood extends east-west from Pearl St. to Moreland Ave., and north-south from Dekalb Ave. (and the CSX railroad) to I-20. The greatly beloved Atlanta Beltline runs right through Reynoldstown, from Wylie near Flat Shoals to Memorial Drive at Bill Kennedy Way.
This friendly and very walkable neighborhood is home to over 1500 households and is one of the most diverse areas inside the perimeter. Young families putting down roots, first-time homebuyers, older residents whose families have lived here since the 1920s, single professionals, artists, and students have all chosen this community because of its warm, welcoming nature, its rich local history, and its central location. The homes in Reynoldstown range from early-20th century shotgun houses and bungalows to 21st century ultramodern architectural abodes and lofts, townhouses, condos and apartments of all shapes and sizes.
Donate to the reynoldstown civic improvement league
The RCIL organizes the annual Reynoldstown Wheelbarrow Festival, the Thanksgiving basket drive, and other community efforts. They also keep the neighborhood looking good by organizing quarterly cleanups, graffiti abatement projects, and the annual tire roundup. Other projects they oversee include helping seniors in the neighborhood and liaising with our local councilperson to make sure residents' concerns are heard. You can help by participating in any of these events or by donating using the link below. Thank you for your contributions!